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Want to switch things up at work—or just stay on the cutting edge of your career?


For many women, becoming a mom is a turning point in their careers. It helps shape their new priorities, or inspires them to try something new.

There’s a lot of amazing companies creative innovative ways for you to life the life that you’ve dreamed.

Here are 4 that really impress us:

Power to Fly

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Want a flexible job that allows you to work from home doing innovative work for some of the world’s biggest and most exciting companies?

(Yes, please!)

Enter: Power to Fly, a startup connecting women with flexible jobs that they can do on their own terms.

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Work for Buzzfeed from your bedroom, or Hearst from your home office.

Fairy Godboss

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Every wondered what mothers working at other companies think about their job?

Fairy Godboss is a safe, anonymous place to share information about how much women are paid, how they’re treated, and what the maternity leave and family benefits and culture are like —at thousands of companies.

Wondered what women make at Warby Parker? (I do!) Dig right in.

Curious what maternity leave looks like at Mattel? (Hey, Barbie!) Here it is.

More information, more inspiration, more women-supporting-women.

Fairy Godboss is a working mama’s secret weapon.

Skillcrush it

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Want to learn design, coding, and other marketable digital skills that will help you get hired—and in many cases, into jobs you can work from home?

Skillcrush offers intensive bootcamp classes to get you up to speed on digital skills, lingo and know-how that offer an actual blueprint to get you from notsupertechy to Ruby-on-Railsing.


Switch's swipe right for a new job

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Want an easy way to search for a new job on-the-go?

Switch’s app-based ‘Tinder-for-jobs’ interface allows you to easily connect with possible jobs that match your skillsets and interests - daily.

Apply or decline in a swipe, and let Switch’s algorithm learn your preferences. Finding a new gig doesn’t have to be so hard.


Fall in love—with your job.

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Just about all of us had set assumptions about raising kids before we became parents ourselves. Some of these ideas might have been based on our own ideas of how we would absolutely do things differently than everyone else. Others, we believed what everyone else told us would happen would apply to our littles, too. But, that's not always the case, mama.

Below are six of the biggest lies I believed before having kids—and the reality of what actually happened for me.

1. Put your baby down drowsy, but awake

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